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gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
gennylane:

karkles-the-adorabloodthirsty:

sonofbaldwin:


I got dressed in my traditional Indian regalia, but there was a man, he was the producer of the whole show. He took that speech away from me and he warned me very sternly. “I’ll give you 60 seconds or less. And if you go over that 60 seconds, I’ll have you arrested. I’ll have you put in handcuffs.”
- Sacheen Littlefeather in Reel Injun (2009), dir. Neil Diamond.

They were MAD, CONFUSED AND PRESSED that Marlon Brando would betray White Supremacy in this way.To this very day, they are TWISTED over this.And when Littlefeather got up there and READ THEM FOR FILTH, they GAGGED. For eons.

So I imagine there are people like me out there who’ve never even heard of Marlon Brando and are extremely confused over why this is important.
Marlon Brando was the Don in The Godfather, and in 1973, he was nominated for and won an Academy Award for it. However, he was also a huge Natives rights activist, and boycotted the ceremony because he felt that Hollywood’s depictions of Native Americans in the media led to the Wounded Knee Incident (which I was always taught as “the second massacre at Wounded Knee” but apparently that’s not the real name). He sent Sacheen Littlefeather, an Apache Native rights activist, in his stead. Wikipedia’s article on her explains the rest:

Brando had written a 15-page speech for Littlefeather to give at the ceremony, but when the producer met her backstage he threatened to physically remove her or have her arrested if she spoke on stage for more than 60 seconds.[5] Her on-stage comments were therefore improvised. She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press. In his autobiography My Word is My Bond, Roger Moore (who presented the award) claims he took the Oscar home with him and kept it in his possession until it was collected by an armed guard sent by the Academy.

That is what this gifset is about.


Marlon Brando was also a civil rights activist for african americans during the civil rights movement.You got your original BAE right there.
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whitepeopleofficial:

Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day
whitepeopleofficial:

Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day
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stonedhungrycat:

trvl:


love this.


yesssss
stonedhungrycat:

trvl:


love this.


yesssss
stonedhungrycat:

trvl:


love this.


yesssss
stonedhungrycat:

trvl:


love this.


yesssss
stonedhungrycat:

trvl:


love this.


yesssss
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nudism-naturism:

Your body is not the best thing about you. Your body is not the worst thing about you. Your body is just a vessel for your amazing being!
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revolutionary-core:

heterophobicgoat:

stupidandreckless:

NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.

This article is so fucking terrible. Why even write this? What made Penelope Trunk get up in the morning and go “hey, it’s really important that I shit out a few disempowering paragraphs and discourage people from seeking justice today! We should just accept our inevitable discomfort as the weaker sex!”??Here’s a genuine screenshot from her blog, about which she has tweeted “I am ready to tell all women how to live their adult life.”:
The willful self-subordination makes me weep.
revolutionary-core:

heterophobicgoat:

stupidandreckless:

NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.

This article is so fucking terrible. Why even write this? What made Penelope Trunk get up in the morning and go “hey, it’s really important that I shit out a few disempowering paragraphs and discourage people from seeking justice today! We should just accept our inevitable discomfort as the weaker sex!”??Here’s a genuine screenshot from her blog, about which she has tweeted “I am ready to tell all women how to live their adult life.”:
The willful self-subordination makes me weep.
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odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
odinsblog:


#myNYPD
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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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sluggermama:

tempestpaige:

whitachi:


chris evans - for flaunt magazine

The photoshoot where Chris Evans looks like a truckstop hooker is an important part of manpelt.com


i have never in my life thirsted for chris evans until now

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kayelaine:

This is the shore that Kunta Kinte arrived on via the slave ship Lord Ligonier in 1767.  Can you imagine?  I stood there and looked at the bay and thought about my ancestors who after undergoing the unimaginable physical and emotional trauma of being snatched away from their homes, mothers, and children were taken as prisoners on a ship with unlivable conditions for weeks and weeks.  Those Africans that miraculously survived the revolting, inhumane circumstances of this journey arrived to the shores of Annapolis, MD where their nightmares continued and worsened as they were again separated and sold into the ownership of wicked men and women.  Those are the same waters, this is the same land.  This is our our history.  Never forget. 
kayelaine:

This is the shore that Kunta Kinte arrived on via the slave ship Lord Ligonier in 1767.  Can you imagine?  I stood there and looked at the bay and thought about my ancestors who after undergoing the unimaginable physical and emotional trauma of being snatched away from their homes, mothers, and children were taken as prisoners on a ship with unlivable conditions for weeks and weeks.  Those Africans that miraculously survived the revolting, inhumane circumstances of this journey arrived to the shores of Annapolis, MD where their nightmares continued and worsened as they were again separated and sold into the ownership of wicked men and women.  Those are the same waters, this is the same land.  This is our our history.  Never forget. 
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nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
nitanahkohe:

powerful new work by Corey Bulpitt & Larissa Healey at the National Gallery of Canada
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moshita:

Sacred Heart
Lala Gallardo